The Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) signed an important agreement of collaboration, July 2, 2016 at the University of Professional Development (UNIPED) in the City of Mexico, with the institute of Higher Education that counted with more than 50 schools in 18 states in the Mexican Republic with the purpose of concreting its integration to the International Alliance of Universities for Peace (ALIUP).
One of the greatest challenges: Education in Mexico
The main objective of this Alliance is to contribute to building a culture of peace through the quality of Higher Education. Therefore, this agreement has brought commitment of interested institutions in promoting an integral education and of quality to work in pro of a formation of human beings that besides being well prepared as excellent professionals they also can count with personal qualities that encourage a pacific and respectful cohabitation.
Dr. Eduardo Alberto Chavez Origel, academic rector of the UNIDEP, declared:
“It is an honor to incorporate ourselves to this dynamic formative a project at a national level that will benefit hundreds of thousands of citizens that are going to help us build a more solid country, stronger, and surely more productive. The GEAP states that the greatest treasure that an organization has is its Human Resources.”
On his part, Dr. Francisco Javier Guerra Gonzalez, national coordinator of the GEAP in Mexico, expressed:
“In the name of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace and of our executive president, Dr. William Soto Santiago, it gives us much happiness and satisfaction the incorporation of this institution (UNIDEP) to the ALIUP, whose central objective is to build a culture of peace through education. And we wait to receive from you, your very enthusiastic participation in the project of the Chair for Peace and in all the projects of our institution, and make a program of work.”
Lastly, in this development in favor of education, we went ahead with the placing of a distinctive ALIUP to the honorable Dr. Eduardo Alberto Chavez Origel, as a symbolic act of welcoming to the Alliance.